Name that "ism"

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Name that “ism”
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Pablo Picasso
Who is he?
Picasso’s
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Cubism
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“ISM”
(1881-1973)
Cubism
Subject split into fragments.
Showing different planes and
viewpoints all at once.
Compositions no longer just represented natural
objects but created new shapes and forms.
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Cubist paintings create an ambiguous sense of space
through geometric shapes that flatten and simplify
form, spatial planes that are broken into fragments, and
forms that overlap and penetrate one another.
Pablo Picasso was
(1881-1973)
A Spanish painter, who is widely acknowledged to be the most important
artist of the 20th century. A long-lived and highly prolific artist, he
experimented with a wide range of styles and themes throughout his
career. Among Picasso’s many contributions to the history of art, his
most important include pioneering the modern art movement called
cubism, inventing collage as an artistic technique, and developing
assemblage (constructions of various materials) in sculpture.
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Fernand Leger
Women in Red and Green.1914
Marcel Duchamp.
Nude Descending a Staircase.1912
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Alfred Henry Maurer
Still life with Cup.1929
Georges Braque
Viaduct at L’Estaque.1908.
Cubism
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Fernand Leger
Women in Red and Green.1914
Marcel Duchamp.
Nude Descending a Staircase.1912
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Alfred Henry Maurer
Still life with Cup.1929
Georges Braque
Viaduct at L’Estaque.1908.
Van Gogh
Who is he?
Van Gogh’s
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Impressionism
Impressionism
Gallery
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“ISM”
(1853-1890)
Who was Vincent Van Gogh?
Van Gogh was fascinated by the Impressionist
painters bright paintings, the energy which burst
from the canvases and by the use of light. Vincent
van Gogh was one of the most tragic artist who
ever lived. He was tormented by bouts of mental
illness and was sometimes hospitalized of his
condition. In 1890 his illness overtook him.
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Wheatfield with Crows, 1890
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Paul Cezanne
Houses Along a Road.1881.
Camille Pissaro
Place du Francais: Rain Effect.1898
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Claude Monet
Water Lilies (The Clouds) 1903
Claude Monet
Impression: Sunrise.1873
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Paul Cezanne
Houses Along a Road.1881.
Camille Pissaro
Place du Francais: Rain Effect.1898
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Claude Monet
Water Lilies (The Clouds) 1903
Claude Monet
Impression: Sunrise.1873
Impressionism
Concerned with effect of sunlight on subjects.
Applied the paint very heavy showing brush strokes,
creating texture.
Used pure dazzling colors.
Painted outdoors.
Viewer’s eye blended the colors from a distance.
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Starry Night
Vincent van Gogh. The Starry Night. Saint-Rémy. June 1889. Oil on
canvas. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, USA.
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Jacques-Louis David
Who is he?
David’s
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Realism
Realism
Gallery
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“ISM”
(1748-1825)
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Jacques-Louis David was
Son of a wealthy French merchant. In 1804 he became
the royal Painter to Napoleon. His works capture the
pure or realistic qualities of his subjects. After the fall of
Napoleon David was banished in 1816 from France and
fled to Brussels, where he spent ten years. During this
time he returned to painting mythological subjects. He
died at the age of 77 and was buried in Brussels his heart
was buried somewhere else.
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Portrait of Emilie Seriziat and her son 1795
Realism
Duplicating reality, making it look real.
Images were portraits and still life's.
Realist Era mid-19th century.
Free from fables and fantasy.
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Henri-Fantin-Latour
Flowers and Fruit.1865
Edouard Manet
The Railway.1873
Mary Cassatt
Mother about to wash her baby.1880.
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Edgar Degas.
Dance Class.1874
Lilla Cabot Perry
Lady with bowl of Violets. 1910.
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Realism
Henri-Fantin-Latour
Flowers and Fruit.1865
Edouard Manet
The Railway.1873
Mary Cassatt
Mother about to wash her baby.1880.
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Edgar Degas.
Dance Class.1874
Lilla Cabot Perry
Lady with bowl of Violets. 1910.
Surrealism
Optical illusions that mix reality and dreamlike
images together.
Emphasis on imagination and the world of the
subconscious.
Objects often float defying the laws of gravity.
Haunting and mysterious expressions that are
a balance between the real and the unreal.
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Salvador Dali
Who is he?
Dali’s
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Surrealism
Surrealism
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“ISM”
(1904-1989)
Who was Dali ?
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Salvador Dali was born in Figueras, Spain in
1904. He was one of the most famous and
unusual artist of the twentieth century. Dali’s bestknown paintings are called surrealistic. The are
filled with strange and familiar objects that have
been changed. Dali became known for his
outrageous behavior such as arriving at an event
in a limousine filled with cauliflower. He believed
aliens from outer space could communicate with
him through his moustache. Dali was man of
many talents, he was a painter, sculptor, directed
movies, and designed clothing. Dali died at the
age of the age of 85 of heart failure. He is interred
in his museum, surrounded by his art.
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Joan Miro’
The Farm 1921.
Mariu Suarez
The Beginning of a New Era
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Yves Tanguy
Indifinite Divisibility.1942.
M.C. Escher
Drawing Hands.1948.
Surrealism Gallery
Joan Miro’
The Farm 1921.
Mariu Suarez
The Beginning of a New Era
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Yves Tanguy
Indifinite Divisibility.1942.
M.C. Escher
Drawing Hands.1948.
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Salvador Dali is associated
with which “ISM”?
Realism
Surrealism
Impressionism
Cubism
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Come on we are
talking about
Salvador Dali!
Mr. “I paint
my
dreams,don’t
you?”
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A day at the beach just isn't the
same after seeing it through Dali’s
eyes.
What “ISM” is this image from?
OH NO!
STOP!
That crazy
duck before he
destroys that
“ISM”.
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Now can you
pick the artist
that painted
this painting?
Yes, it was Van Gogh
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What is Cubism?
Optical illusions that mix reality and dreamlike images
together.
Duplicating reality, making it look real.
Showing different planes and viewpoints all at once.
Concerned with effect of sunlight on subjects.
You are looking for
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CUBISM!
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CUBE
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Cubism
-Showing different planes and viewpoints all at once.
-Subject split into fragments.
-Compositions no longer just represented
natural objects but created new shapes and forms
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Picasso self-portrait
age 15, 1896
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What does Realism look
like?
Realism
Images are of the “real”
world, seeable by the artist.
The style is free from fable
and fantasy.
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What does Cubism look
like?
Cubism
Compositions no longer just
represented natural objects, new
shapes and forms were created to
show more that one viewpoint .
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What does Impressionism look
like?
Impressionism
The artist were more interested in
showing atmospheric effects by
the way they used light and color
than the subject matter of the
painting.
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What does Surrealism look
like?
Surrealism
Images filled with fantasy
or dreamlike objects.
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